I write this editorial transition statement with mixed feelings. Our patients, communities, and families have all been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the scars will require quite some time to heal. For physicians, the pandemic has brought about unique challenges to the way we practice medicine. We have felt united by a sense of purpose, fighting together against a common enemy. We have also learned to rely on technology more than ever as a way of connecting with each other and with our patients. During this global emergency, virtual meetings have brought us together, and telehealth has eliminated barriers and significantly improved access to health care for many patients and their families. Nevertheless, these dramatic changes in human interaction have also brought a new element of isolation, stress, and uncertainty into our lives.